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Please note that any spectator on skis at any Nordic race must purchase a race spectator pass to be on course and the Nordic trails for the day.
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Lizzie Dieterich of Oxford Hills Middle School captured the gold medal at the Black Mountain Kickstarter Giant Slalom on December 22nd.
Dieterich had the fastest times in each of the two runs (23.22 and 23.83) for a combined time of 47.05. Madison Papianou of Moutain Valley, racing for the first time since a knee injury sidelined her last season, came in second, followed by teammates Brooke Buotte and Lauren Pelletier. Auburn Middle School's Anna Howaniec and Gianna Boulet finished in fith and sixth.
Audrey Heriz-Smith of Camden Hills High School won the KVAC women's giant slalom race at Black Mountain with a two-run combined time of 1:42.62. Jenna Hanrahan of Mt. Blue HS took second (1:46.99) with Hampen Academy's Brea Brown came in third. Rounding out the top 6 were Janiki Pakulski of Maranacook, Jordan Cummings of Edward Little and Maranacook's Katie Ide.
The 2018 Maine U16 and Eastern High School Championship teams were selected based on qualifying races held at Black Mountain on March 3rd. In the High School race, Olivia Skillings, skiing for the Maine Coast Waldorf School in Freeport, passed Stephanie Nicols of Gould Academy in Bethel to capture 1st place in the Freestyle pursuit. Nicols, who had won the 5k Classical race earlier in the day, finished second. Coming in third was Lily Horne of Freeport High School.
In the High School Boys competition, Ben Alford, representing the Bethel Outing Club won the gold in the pursuit. Alford, who had also won the classical race, led wire to wire. He was followed by Max Bartley, who was skiing as a member of the Outdoor Sport Institute of Caribou. Finishing in third was Luke Bartol of Maranacook High School.
Chisholm Ski Club and Black Mountain Ski Resort are pleased to be hosting the Maine Principals Association Class B High School Alpine Championships. The races will take place during school vacation week on Tuesday, February 21st and Wednesday, February 22. We look forward to making this a great experience for all the racers who have come to compete.
Nick Newman of Mountain Valley High School and Shellby Cowin of Greenville High School captured the gold medals in the 2017 Maine Principals Association Class B Giant Slalom at Black Mountain on February 21st. Newman took top boy honors with times of 46.76 and 47.66 for a two run total of 1:34.42. Nathan Delmar of Maranacook HS had a combined time of 1:39.57 to win the silver while Greenville HS Junior John Watt came in third.
Rumford: The Fort Kent Boys, a balanced and deep team led in the slalom by Bryce Madore (5th), Austin Plourde (7th), Jonathan Haley (10th), and David Roy (13th) captured the 2017 Class B MPA State Alpine Championship at Black Mountain Ski Resort on February 22nd. Individual slalom gold went to Maranacook's Nathan Delmar, with a combined time of 1:21.70. Nick Newan, the GS champ from Mountain Valley, earned the silver, while Charles Dehass of Winthrop captured the bronze.
Other top ten finishers were Dehass's teammate Maguire Anaszewski (4th), Madore (5th), Curtis Gauvin of Mountain Valley (6th), Plourde (7th), Maranacook's Dennis Chiappetta (8th), Greenville's John Watt (9th) and Haley (10th).
The Mountain Valley Boy's were the Class B Alpine Runners Up, with Maranacook finishing 3rd.
The Chisholm Ski Club, Black Mountain Ski Resort, and NENSA are combining to host the 2017 Qualifying races for Nordic skiers hoping to earn a spot on the Maine teams that will represent our state at Eastern High School Nordic Championships to be held on March 17-19, 2017 at Mountain Top Inn & Resort, Chittenden VT or picked for the NENSA U16 Championships to be held on March 10-12, 2017 at Titcomb Mountain, Farmington ME. The sole purpose of the Maine Nordic Team Selection Race is to pick the 24 Male and 24 Female Athletes who will represent Maine at the Eastern High School Nordic Championships and at the U16 Championships. Below is the schedule for the day.
Due to the predicted high winds and cold weather, the races which were scheduled for Saturday March 4th have been moved to Sunday, March 5th. Same schedule, first race at 10AM.